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  • For Sale Kawasaki ZX12R 2000 complete part out

    Well after six-and-a-half-years of faithful service, my ZX12 has the infamous spun bearing syndrome.
    I was going to sell it this summer, so I have decided to part it out
    PM me with your requirements

    - I have taken a deposit for the fairings (everything thats green) so they are gone!
    - but everything else is up for grabs
    - bike has only done 40,156km and is in excellent condition
    - part prices listed below or make me an offer



    front wheel $250.00
    front discs $150.00
    forks $300.00
    rear shock $150.00
    swingarm $200.00
    rear brake assy $125.00
    front brake assy $350.00
    frame $750.00
    subframe $250.00
    ecu $250.00
    throttle bodies $250.00
    head complete $750.00
    fuel pump $100.00
    cylinder & pistons $750.00
    bottom end $150.00
    clutch cover $100.00
    stator cover $100.00
    sprocket cover $75.00
    gear lever $50.00
    stick coils $100.00
    instruments $200.00
    ignition switch & fuel cap & boot $150.00
    wiring loom $200.00
    headlight $150.00
    tank $250.00
    radiator $200.00
    fairings & front guard & h-brkt $500.00
    exhaust $150.00
    seats $150.00
    tail llight unit $75.00
    left switch block $75.00
    right switch block $75.00
    handlebars $150.00
    rear wheel $300.00
    rear sets $200.00
    sidestand $100.00
    clutch lever assy $50.00
    left crankcase $150.00
    right crankcase $150.00
    gearbox internals $250.00
    mirrors $100.00
    pillion pegs $75.00
    stator $75.00
    chainguard $25.00
    ram tubes $50.00
    battery $25.00
    pillion pegs $75.00
    front indicators $20.00
    overflow bottle $10.00
    starter motor $50.00
    owners manual & toolkit $50.00
    Young enough to be a hoon, old enough to know better.

  • #2
    May I ask 2 questions.

    What is the length of the forks?

    Also why did the bearing spin up after 40k, was it oil starvation from wheelies etc or is it a common fault?

    Thanks
    You put the c*nt in country run

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Cbr1k View Post
      May I ask 2 questions.

      What is the length of the forks?

      Also why did the bearing spin up after 40k, was it oil starvation from wheelies etc or is it a common fault?

      Thanks
      The forks are 750mm top to bottom as they sit on the bike.
      After a little bit of reading its not an uncommon problem with the 9s & 12s. The design of the conrod end caps alllows this.
      Never even done a wheelie on it!
      Young enough to be a hoon, old enough to know better.

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      • #4
        what suburb you in christo

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        • #5
          pm sent

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          • #6
            Originally posted by seahorse View Post
            what suburb you in christo
            Wembley
            Young enough to be a hoon, old enough to know better.

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            • #7
              fairing set S O L D
              coolant overflow bottle S O L D
              front indicators S O L D
              pillion seat S O L D

              Everything else up for grabs (95% of the bike)
              Last edited by Christo; 04-11-2013, 08:56 PM.
              Young enough to be a hoon, old enough to know better.

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              • #8
                fairing set S O L D
                coolant overflow bottle S O L D
                front indicators S O L D
                pillion seat S O L D
                mirrors S O L D
                luggage bolts S O L D
                underseat catch S O L D
                front end complete S O L D
                rear end complete S O L D

                Everything else up for grabs (70% of the bike)
                Last edited by Christo; 16-11-2013, 08:44 PM.
                Young enough to be a hoon, old enough to know better.

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                • #9
                  Bumpity bump
                  Young enough to be a hoon, old enough to know better.

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